Xiaomi introduced a range of new products during its Smarter Living event, including the upcoming release of the Xiaomi Beard Trimmer 2C in Nepal. Along with Xiaomi Smart Air Purifier 4 Series.
Xiaomi Beard Trimmer 2C Overview
Xiaomi has replaced the Trimmer 1C with the newly launched Beard Trimmer 2C, which retains the same functional design as its predecessor. The lightweight and ergonomic design of the trimmer provides a comfortable grip for users.
The trimmer features precision stainless steel blades with 40 different length settings, which is a notable upgrade from the 20 settings on the previous model. The safety lock mechanism makes it safe to use around children, and the removable blades can be easily cleaned with water and a provided brush.
It has an 800mAh battery that provides up to 90 minutes of usage on a single charge and can be charged using a USB Type-C port, with a full charge taking around 90 minutes according to Xiaomi.
Xiaomi Beard Trimmer 2C Features
- Stainless steel blades
- X2 Combs
- up to 40 length setting
- 0.5mm Precision trimming
- 0.5 to 10 mm (Small comb) length setting range
- 10.5 mm to 20 mm (large comb) length range
- Cordlessly usage
- 2hrs Charging time
- 90 minutes running time
- 1-year warranty
Xiaomi Beard Trimmer 2C Price in Nepal and Availability
The Xiaomi Beard Trimmer 2C is expected to be Rs. 3,000 in Nepal.
|Beard Trimmer||Price in India||Price in Nepal (Expected)|
|Xiaomi Beard Trimmer 2C||INR 1,199||NPR 3,000|
The Xiaomi Beard Trimmer 2C is a noteworthy upgrade to its predecessor, offering more length settings, a safety lock mechanism, and longer battery life.
Its precision stainless steel blades and lightweight design make it a versatile and comfortable grooming tool. The trimmer’s ability to be charged via USB Type-C is also convenient for users.
Overall, the Xiaomi Beard Trimmer 2C is a promising addition to the company’s grooming product lineup, and its availability in Nepal will be eagerly anticipated.
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